The Chevrolet Volt will be rebadged a Buick Velite 5 for the Chinese market. The car is the first of a handful of new electrified models Buick will offer in China. Another will be a pure electric.
Speaking of electric cars, Nissan’s next-generation Leaf has just been spied. We’re expecting more range and a design resembling Nissan’s IDS concept car from the 2015 Tokyo auto show.
Another Nissan making headlines is an updated GT-R Track Edition. The car benefits from many of the upgrades of the insane Nismo model but sticks with the standard GT-R’s powerplant.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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